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Once a hold or warrant is issued for a parolee to see the Board for a Revocation hearing and if the matter such as this has been taken care of, then the Parole Office may at their discretion request a recall on the warrant.
Unfortunately, that is seldom done because a Parole Officer does not want to risk something happening with the offender where they would be held responsible and so once a warrant hold is placed, the PO will usually let it take its course and leave it up to the Board to either continue the parole or terminate it.
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